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Pokemon-like MMO Temtem’s major Kisiwa update adds new island, clan-like clubs

Developer Crema’s Pokémon-like MMO Temtem, which is currently in Steam early access, has just received a major new update, this one adding a new island to explore, new creatures, and a range of new core functionality, including chat and clan-like clubs.

Temtem’s new update is technically two in one, combining elements originally earmarked for the second half of Crema’s spring update (which was delayed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic) as well as features planned for its summer update, as laid out in the game’s development roadmap earlier this year.

The resulting collection of new features is substantial (although some previously outlined summer additions, such as player housing, will arrive as part of two later summer updates) and is available now on PC. Once the update has been downloaded, players will have access to a host of new systems intended to improve the underlying social experience, with 50-player clubs – essentially, the game’s version of clans – being the highlight.

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Developer Crema’s Pokémon-like MMO Temtem, which is currently in Steam early access, has just received a major new update, this one adding a new island to explore, new creatures, and a range of new core functionality, including chat and clan-like clubs.

Temtem’s new update is technically two in one, combining elements originally earmarked for the second half of Crema’s spring update (which was delayed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic) as well as features planned for its summer update, as laid out in the game’s development roadmap earlier this year.

The resulting collection of new features is substantial (although some previously outlined summer additions, such as player housing, will arrive as part of two later summer updates) and is available now on PC. Once the update has been downloaded, players will have access to a host of new systems intended to improve the underlying social experience, with 50-player clubs – essentially, the game’s version of clans – being the highlight.

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